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Agile retrospectives and daily standups are an important part of a team’s routines. They should help achieve communication and continuous improvement, but are they really helping you do that?
Some standups become boring status updates, where participants patiently wait their turn to say what they have been doing before heading off to their own work. And some retrospectives become a moaning session where people bring up the same topics over and over again and nothing ever changes.
This collaborative session will use a mix of presentation and interactive workshop techniques to help participants go back to agile principles, highlight standup and retrospective antipatterns, review techniques that work and give participants the chance to discuss their own experiences.
People coming to this session will go away with a host of new techniques to help their teams improve.
Emily Webber is a London-based independent agile and lean consultant. She works with people and organisations in both the private and public sectors to help with their agile transformations and to develop their agile capability for sustainable change.
Emily is passionate about people and the magic that comes from connecting people. She is the author of "Building Successful Communities of Practice", co-runs a meet-up called Agile on the Bench, blogs at emilywebber.co.uk and has a weak spot for vintage scooters.
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